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Clay Shooting Raises £50,000

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A clay shoot held at the Bransford Manor home of estate agent Andrew Grant and his wife Bea has raised more than £50,000 for St Richard’s Hospice.   The event was organised by Mr Grant, a hospice patron and St Richard’s supporter Georgina Britten-Long of Wichenford. The shoot has been held six times and  has… Read more »

Racing Dinner to Welcome Top Jockey

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Local residents are invited to join St Richard’s Hospice at a special racing dinner with special guest Colin Brown, top jockey and racing personality. Colin Brown will join guests at the fundraising event at Worcester Racecourse on Thursday 9th October and will sharehis experiences, weighing room anecdotes and racing tips to help guests spot a winning… Read more »

Teams to Compete in 80’s Retro Quiz

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Local businesses are being invited to put together a team of four colleagues, friends or family and take part in a ‘Back in the Day’ Retro 80s Quiz to raise money for St Richard’s Hospice. Business owners Julia Williams, of Premier Places, and Sarah Mayo-Evans, of Peach Recruitment, have organised the ‘Back in the Day’… Read more »

Call for Votes to Help Win £50,000

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St Richard’s Hospice has been shortlisted by the national Great British Switch campaign as one of six local charities in with the chance of being awarded £50,000 this weekend, Friday 12th – Sunday 14th September. The Great British Switch campaign by comparethemarket.com is giving one local charity the reward as part of its work with… Read more »

Solicitor Strikes Lucky on Hospice Lottery

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Soon-to-be retiring solicitor Peter Hill from Little Witley is celebrating after winning £3,000 on the hospices lottery. In a generous gesture of support for St Richard’s Hospice, he immediately donated £300 back to the charity. Mr Hill said, “It’s my first big win ever and the timing is marvellous. I am about to retire and… Read more »

Flourishing Fivers – top marks for Worcs schools

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Pupils across Worcestershire schools have pulled out all the stops to raise an ‘incredible’ £10,723 for St Richard’s Hospice in the charity’s Flourishing Fivers scheme. Five schools took part this school year in the initiative which encourages pupils to turn entrepreneurs and turn £5 into as much money as they can. Pupils organize a range… Read more »